Do I need a ski pass?

Many ski resorts offer free lifts, ranging from button lifts to small chairlifts, providing access to gentle green slopes. These are ideal for beginners or those looking to ease back into skiing after a break.

However, depending on your progress, you may not spend the entire week on these free lifts. Ski schools and instructors often utilise designated beginner areas, which may offer better pistes suited for your learning.

For children, learning areas typically feature magic carpets included in the lesson price. These areas are fenced and usually situated at the base of the mountain. They are specific to a ski school and so you are not allowed access unless you have booked lessons.

If you arrive without a ski pass, most resorts allow you to purchase one at the lift station or a conveniently located ticket office. Your ski instructor will gladly assist you with this. However, to maximise your time on the slopes, it's best to arrange this beforehand.

To determine whether you need a lift pass for your first days and which type of pass is suitable for your chosen resort, please contact your ski school or instructor using the provided phone number or email in your booking confirmation.